01: A-Team Intro 02: Tuning / Jam / Sound Check 03: Anthem of Our Discovery 04: Flower in Rain 05: Vegas 06: Do You Really Want to Hurt Me ! > Days > [Covers Medley] 07: As Good as it has Been 08: Uninspired Gambling 09: See You Later, See You Soon 10: Start the Day Early 11: Now I'm Not So Lost 12: The Weight %% 13: Thirteen 14: Footloose && Topic: Live concert Source: AKG ck3x > mk46 > JW Mod AKG 460 (DIN, DFC, 12 from stage lip, mics @ 4) > Hi Ho Silvers > Oade M148 > Hi Ho Silvers > Lunatec V3 (ANSR) > JB3 (optical-in @ 16 bit/44.1 khz)
Curator note: the "No mp3" restriction for this collection was removed per band request in October of 2011.
On May 9, 2003, Stephen Kellogg gave permission to Aaron for shows to be hosted at the Archive:
>would you be willing to have your shows on the Etree
That's totally cool with me. I don't have an official policy on taping anywhere right now. We'll probably post one on the site redesign this summer. If you need one I can draft it or we can adopt someone's similar one. In general my two cents is that I'd
like copies of the show sent to
Fat Sam Music
261 Crescent Street #1
Northampton, MA 01060
and I prefer audience to board tapes, but neither is a mandatory sort of thing. If you do end up setting things up let nik know... so we can announce it and link to it.
Note, by 2/2005, Stephen's taping policy had changed to exclude SBD and video taping. Uploading is unchanged:
One of the things I've always loved about shows and music is taping. I used to be really into the Grateful Dead and collected tons of tapes. Later it was bands like Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews and most recently Ryan Adams. As a fan of music, I love that stuff and love the idea of our fans being able to pass around our adventures on the road. I would encourage you to tape the SK6ERS shows for personal, non-commercial use and trading. I'm especially into the idea because for the time being we're not able to offer high quality recordings of all our shows to you (although we're working on that for the future). Due to our commitments to our recording company, and because I don't really like Soundboard tapes unless they are really well mixed, we aren't able to allow soundboard patches or video recording (which can look really ghetto anyway, and sometimes takes away from what the night was). If you do bring in your video camera and we let it go, don't turn around and do something stupid like sell it on the Internet... but I like to think that our fans are the kind of people who wouldn't do that. So yeah, it's ok with us if you tape...oh yeah... two other things; make sure that your taping gear isn't in the way of anyone's view or experience at the show and please do send us a copy to: Fat Sam Music, 261 Crescent Street #1, Northampton, MA 01060.